Choosing the Right RAID—Which RAID Level is Right for You?
This resource is published by Microchip
For any organization, whether it be small business or a data center, lost data means lost business. There are two common practices for protecting that data: backups (protecting your data against total system failure, viruses, corruption, etc.), and RAID (protecting your data against drive failure). Both are necessary to ensure your data is secure. RAID is not a substitute for regularly-scheduled backups. All organizations and users should always have a solid backup strategy in place.
This white paper discusses the various types of RAID configurations available, their uses, and how they should be implemented into data servers.
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